Tuesday, February 27, 2007

U-grooves, V-grooves, U-snooze

In a much-anticipated attempt to dial back golf equipment, the U.S. Golf Association, along the with R & A, on Tuesday proposed new rules pertaining to the U-grooves on irons and wedges.

For about 99 percent of us golfers, no big deal. It's at the most elite levels of the game, where U-grooves and V-grooves, on the face of irons makes a difference in the spin control of the ball.

Still, if your head is swimming trying to understand what it all means, read this story from Golf Digest last fall.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think this change is going to back fire.